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Old 01-02-2015, 05:41 PM   #15
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Would have been cooler to see it on top of a RV :rofl
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Lol...I agree with you, David! But in the last 3 years I have been encountering some pretty fair hailstorms. For sure, the old way of transport garnered a lot of attention, but I will also be saving about 4 hours of loading/unloading and protective cocooning per trip!
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I just wanted to share...Mike and Toni have what appears to be a Rotorway Exec Homebuilt helicopter. See:
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I had a ride in the Exec's predecessor, the Scorpion II and LOVED IT! Looked like this:

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Had my fixed-wing rating, but let it expire 'cuz Aviation is an expensive sport, but a homebuilt makes it accessible to more

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That looks like a nice one Steve!

Homebuilt aircraft, fixed wing or helicopter have run away with general aviation in general. When Cessna quit making airplanes for a number of years and the costs skyrocketed, and the homebuilt market took off in leaps and bounds. It is the only way I can afford it!

There are very few scorpions flying today...I have only seen one actually fly and a couple more where the owners will only hover them.

Mine is a 162F exec with dual fadec, engine modified and with turbo.

I rather like my Outlaw "scorpion edition" hauling my helo which had the "scorpion" heritage at the outset in the 70's.
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